Formwork Carpentry Apprenticeships
Several Carpentry Apprenticeships specialising in formwork are on offer to doorways2construction students.
Formwork carpenters work on large construction projects, such as shopping centers or office buildings, preparing the moulds that retain wet concrete of foundations and other concrete structures.
The skills you will learn include:
- How to assemble forms made from wood, steel or plastic.
- Stripping or cleaning forms.
- Cutting, measuring, forming up, slip-forming (concrete pouring into a continuously moving form), building moulds and edgeboarding.
- Expanding your knowledge of safe work practices.
You will undertake your apprenticeship with Form700 who is one of the largest concrete structure building companies in Australia while you complete qualifications for a Certificate III in Carpentry.
Attributes Form 700 are seeking include:
- Physically fit (heavy manual handling is involved).
- Able to work long hours including weekends.
- A desire to work on commercial building sites.
- Able to work at heights.
- Able to work within the CBD.
- Ability to work within large teams.
- Ability to follow Safe Work Method Statements including wearing appropriate PPE.
Researching formwork is recommended to understand the types of skills required to be a successful formworker. To learn more about Form700 visit their website.
To make an application email Malcolm Bobridge from Form700. In your email you should include the following information:
- Date of birth
- Mobile number
- Your interest in finding out more about apprenticeships with Form700.
Please note your application is for an apprenticeship, not work placement - only genuine candidates need apply.